Re: [Histonet] Emergency plan

From:Rene J Buesa



Michele:
  I used a large container filled with paraffin, placed all the processed cassettes inside and let it solidify.
  When the blocks were going to be prepared, I melted the whole block of solidified paraffin, and prepared the blocks.
  René J.

"Margiotta, Michele"  wrote:
  Hi All,

I need to write up an emergency plan for the tasks that need to be taken care of during an emergency. If for some reason the tissue could not be embedded after processing, what would be a good holding pattern for the cassettes? Thanks for your help!

Michele Margiotta
BMHMC
Histology Supervisor
631-654-7192




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